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The metaphysics of Aristotle : translated from the Greek with copious notes in which the Pythagoric and Platonic dogmas respecting numbers and ideas are unfolded from antient sources ; to which is added a dissertation on nullities and diverging series, in which the conclusions of the greatest modern mathematicians on this subject are shown to be erroneous, the nature of infinitely small quantities is explained, and the to 'en, or The One of the Pythagoræans and Platonists, so often alluded to by Aristotle in this work, is elucidated

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